Donald Trump And Vladmir Putin In A Call That Will Start New US-relations with Russia

The different sanctions on Russia put in place by the past administration of President Obama may be removed after a call between the new Trump administration and Vladmir Putin.

Donald Trump during his different campaign has said that he looks to working with the Russia government to fight international terrorism and also to boost economic ties between the two countries.


According to the Kremlin, the call between the two leaders was "positive" as both leaders discussed about the conflict in Ukraine, the peace effort between the Israelis and Palestinians, the Iran nuclear deal and the threat from the North Korea leader.

Russia President also said that the two leaders have expressed a "willingness to work actively together to stabilize and develop Russian-American cooperation on a constructive basis, as equals, and to mutual benefit," and the top priority would be to fight international terrorism.

The Kremlin also added that Donald Trump is also looking to meet with Putin soon.

The relation between the US and Russia reached all time low after Russia invaded the Ukraine's Crimean peninsula in 2014, and was also sanctioned by the European Union. The relation did not improve after the Obama administration said that Russia interfered with the election that elected Donald Trump by publishing different fake news to misinform the candidate about the Democratic candidate,Hillary Clinton.